Two new pascal powered graphic cards has been announced by Nvidia today for a budget price, The new GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti. The GTX 1050 starts at $109, and the 1050 Ti starts at $139, making them the cheapest Pascal cards to date. Nvidia also offers the GTX 1060 in the $250 range, while at the high-end it has the $600 GTX 1080. This video cards are in direct competition on the AMD RX 460 which has the same price range as the new Nvidia cards. Nvidia claims these cards are powerful enough to run modern games at 1080p and 60 FPS.
They're largely identical, except for a few key differences: the Ti has 4 GB of memory and 768 CUDA cores, compared to the 1050's 2 GB and 640 cores. The 1050's base clock speed, however, is slightly higher, at 1354 MHz to 1290 MHz. Both require only 75 watts.
The GTX 1050 Ti will launch first, arriving on in just a week's time, on October 25. The 1050 will follow it shortly thereafter, "on or before" November 8.